The Ventura County Fire Department is looking for volunteers on Tuesday, May 13th to simulate being patients/victims for an upcoming automobile extrication exercise - removing victims from vehicles, described as heavy rescue scenario.
Tuesday, May 13th make-up starts at 8:30 a.m. Drill starts at 10:30 a.m.- 12 noon (end time is estimated).
This is a practical learning exercise for Academy students. Volunteers will be made up with "injuries."
The drill will be held in the Ventura County Fire Department Training area at the Camarillo Airport, near the Emergency Services/Training building.
There is a 2-hour window to get injury make-up on everyone. Not everyone needs to come at the beginning of makeup. We are hoping for a big group, so I suggest not coming at the end of the makeup time or there may not be time to apply it.
What to wear? Something casual that you don't mind getting messy!
If interested, please email: email@example.com, or call (805) 389-9745. If you need directions to the area, volunteers can let me know and I will email a map.
Joncee Law Kohls
Phone (805) 389-9745
Fax: (805) 383-4766
Ventura County Fire Department
Office of Community Education
165 Durley Ave.Camarillo CA 93010
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